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Lazy Daze of Summer festival
Grandview art lovers will have an extra hour to enjoy the city's signature festival this year.
Grandview's plans to upgrade the city's community gardens and the park next door appear to have dried up after this week's council meeting.
Grandview Heights police have responded to several recent reports of stolen tools.
The Tri-Village Sertoma Club's upcoming Charity Challenge at Highbanks Metro Park will be much more than just a walk (or run) in the park.
Two members of the Grandview Heights High School class of 2016 have shown their school spirit is still in force even as they prepare for college.
The Grandview pool may look a little smaller from now on to 20 local middle schoolers.
Parents in sticker shock from their latest trip to the mall or grocery store may find the remedy in the Grandview Heights City School District's recent decision.
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* Grandview-area students named to the University of Akron dean's list for the spring 2016 semester include Kyle Eppert and David Kirkman.
The Grandview Heights Public Library will ask voters in November to approve a renewal of its five-year, 2.5-mill operating levy with a 2-mill addition.
While many Ohio State University students worry about their grades -- and getting football tickets -- some are more concerned with finding enough to eat.
The Rev. Wade Giffin believes he was born to be a minister.
John Hussey was born in 1864, attended Ironton High School and started at Ohio State in 1881 at the age of 17 to study art.